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Old 1st February 2008, 06:26 AM   #1
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Default Tang Band W5-704D

Thought I let you guys know I just took delivery of this new production driver and it has lots of potential as a full range. Highs seem to propagate out of the center cone nicely -- dispersion must be excellent and bass appears to be impressive (currently burnin in free air). Upper treble of course is not there but treble that is present is somewhat extended for a 5 incher. These appear to be nice drivers.

You can read more at the blog at Zaphaudioand PE board

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